11.3% | 440ml
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– January 22, 2021
Poured clear dark brown with a quick-dissipating head. Sweet and alcoholic aroma. Stewed apples and fruit from the malt come through first. The sweetness is there and tasty, definite maple on the finish with nuttiness. Warming alcohol throughout, a real cold night sipper! Distinctly different from an imperial stout which pleases me! Just something altogether different and I really like the innovation. Can’t get over the initial fruity blast and can’t quite pintpoint what fruit it is so I’m settling on baked orchard fruits! Impressive but could only have 1!
– January 21, 2021
– December 27, 2020
Loves me a brown and this is a good one. Quite malty and sweet but good with, say…fruit cake.
– December 16, 2020
Absolutely amazing, tastes like a stout.
– November 30, -0001
If you don’t have a sweet tooth , avoid this, but that classic brown ale flavour with maple sweetness is heaven for me
– November 30, -0001
Do not be fooled by the name – Wylam have only really ever been brewers of relatively strong and hoppy pale ales with fruity flavours, and this is little different. If anything the addition of the overly sweet maple tips this over into tasting more like a barley wine than a brown ale, and not a particularly good one at that.
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This Brown Ale is lovingly brewed by the fantastic Wylam.
This tasty brew comes in a 440ml can and is 11.3% ABV.
How do we forecast the future of beer?
A tough question in an even tougher climate…
Being purveyors of the old and new world style here at Wylam HQ we feel a hark back to malt forward beer production would be a future path for the professional brewer.
Lost and unpopular styles are a critical part of ongoing beer production so we’ve gone for the doomed Brown Ale…
A wide variety of English heritage malts and cereals have been utilised to produce this megalith imperial brown. Pumped up to a comforting winter season ABV with a plush addition of Canadian maple syrup producing a sweet hickory nut finish complemented perfectly with an all English whole cone kettle hop bitterness.’